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Quality & Product Safety Coordinator

Undisclosed Company
Tyne and Wear, Sunderland
£33000 - £40000 per annum
Closing date
16 Jul 2024

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Manpower UK Print & Packaging Division are excited to bring an opportunity to market for a Quality & Product Safety Coordinator based on our clients Sunderland site. This full-time permanent opportunity is working for one of our prestigious partners, a market-leading, global print business.

The successful candidate will support the QHSE Manager in maintaining the company's Quality and Hygiene Management System. The position involves working closely with the site management team daily. Focus is aimed at compliance with related policies and procedures and ensuring products supplied to customers are of a consistently safe and high standard of quality.

Key Activities and Responsibilities

  • Liaising with certification bodies; organising site audits; responding to non-conformance's and ensuring full compliance certification standards and accreditation systems.
  • Working with the QHSE Manager to review and update policies & procedures to continually strengthen & improve quality management systems.
  • Completion of customer questionnaires and preparation of technical specifications.
  • Manage the company's internal audit and self-inspection programs.
  • Help develop and implement a robust and efficient CAPA Program.
  • Maintain up-to-date calibration records & arrange service and repair of laboratory equipment.
  • Conduct and document forward and reverse traceability exercises and a product withdrawal.
  • Assist in maintaining the company's HACCP's plan.
  • Deliver short training programs and conduct information and awareness briefings.
  • General quality assurance duties: process quality checks, compiling certificates of analysis, archiving samples, conducting laboratory tests including oxygen transmission rate, heat-seal / lamination bond strengths, coefficient of friction, solvent retention, and primary aromatic amines.

Other Requirements

**Food industry experience essential


  • GCSE grades 3/C or above in Math's and English essential.

So, if you tick the above boxes, we encourage you to apply today, and a member of the team will review your details and book in a call at a time convenient to you!

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